KIDS LANTERN WORKSHOPS
Saturday, 8th September, 10am - 1pm
Thursday, 13th September, 5pm - 8pm
Saturday, 15th September, 10am - 1pm
LOCATION Outside Woolworths - Grand Central, Level 1
Bring the kids to any one of our lantern making workshops where they can create their own unique lantern which will be displayed as part of LIT Festival.
Led by LIT Festival Artist Jesse Paul Wright, these free drop-in workshops will provide all the materials necessary for kids to create their own dream lantern. All they need to bring is your creativity and imagination!
All finished lanterns will be exhibited in the LIT Festival opening event at Grand Central and then installed at Bell Street Mall as part of Toowoomba’s first ever LIT Festival on the 28th and 29th September. After the festival, lanterns may be collected and taken home to keep forever. Please note, collection time 30th September 10am-1pm.
ADULT LANTERN WORKSHOPS
DATE Saturday 22nd September 9am - 1pm
LOCATION Bell Street Mall, Toowoomba
Design and create your very own bespoke Lantern.
Lead by Artist Jesse Paul Wright, these intensive 1-off workshops will provide all the materials
necessary, all you need to bring is your creativity and imagination.
Participants will engage in:
. Creative exploration
. Sculptural Design
. Construction with basic materials
. Simple electrical wiring
All finished lanterns will be exhibited in Bell St. Mall as part of Toowoomba’s first ever LIT Festival
on the 28th and 29th September. After which, they may be collected and taken home. Please note, collection time 30th September 10am-1pm.
Each workshop is limited to 10 participants.
Please send a message of interest to email@example.com by 17th September
. Name and Age
. Artistic Experience (no previous experience necessary)
. Reasons for attending
This program has received financial assistance from the Regional Arts Development Fund. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Toowoomba Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.
This project was made possible by the Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia.
We thank our Project Partner - Grand Central